Sunday, August 4, 2013

Wall Street Journal’s Chinese Version Site Slocked in China

Agence France-Presse in Beijing reports:
Access to the Wall Street Journal’s Chinese-language edition has been cut off in China, where official censors routinely delete online content deemed sensitive but less often block entire websites.
Only the local version of the US newspaper, and not the English-language website, was unavailable. It was unclear why this occurred or whether it was intentional.
The Journal’s Chinese-language site has had certain articles blocked since it was launched in 2002, but rarely the whole site.

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